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- ItemAdjustable Relief Valve
- (M)NPT Inlet (In.)1/4
- Preset Setting (PSI)25 to 200
- Max. Temp. (F)250
- Body MaterialBrass
- SpringStainless Steel
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Unfortunately the lowest relief rate of this valve is 25-50 PSI. It cannot be set to 0-20 PSI. For a 0-20 PSI relief rate you may prefer item 5Z763.
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